THE OLD MAN AND THE SEA

According to legend, in 1951 Ernest Hemingway stayed in Acciaroli, a small fishing village in the province of Salerno, and drew inspiration from this holiday for his masterpiece, “The Old Man and the Sea”.
After over sixty years, undisputed evidence of the writer’s stay in this beautiful area of Cilento remains to be found.
However, the photographs by Giuseppe Maria Galasso, travel and nature reportage photographer, leave no doubt about the beauty of this corner of the Campanian coast.

THE OLD MAN AND THE SEA

Acciaroli (SA)

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